Police Beat: 6/19 - 6/23

Jul 03, 2019

June 19

Huh

Officer received a report of an overturned shopping cart in the area. The cart had been checked on by the previous shift and nothing was found. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

That’ll show him

An officer responded to the above address for a malicious mischief complaint. Upon arrival, it was determined that the homeowner had fired his contractor due to poor quality of work. The contractor came and picked up his tools and while doing so tore up several sections of flooring. The cost to replace the damaged sections is approximately $1,000.  Officer left a message for the contractor to contact her regarding the situation. 9400 block of 53rdAvenue West.

 

DUI

While on patrol, an officer witnessed a subject pull out of On the Green and block both lanes with his vehicle and then just sat there. The officer conducted a traffic stop and arrested the driver for DUI and was booked into the Snohomish County Jail for DUI. The vehicle was impounded by Mary's. Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

Domestic disturbance

Officers responded to a verbal domestic violence incident. One subject had fallen down, hitting her head on a dresser. Her boyfriend attempted to help her but she became belligerent and started kicking her legs. She was eventually transported to the hospital by the fire department. 5300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

June 20

I want to ride my bicycle, I want to ride my bike

Officer responded to a found bicycle report.  The bicycle was determined to be not stolen. 4600 block of 88thStreet Southwest.

 

Get outta here

Officers responded to a report of a male yelling at other subjects. It was determined that residents at Losvar and a male trespassing on the private beach had exchanged words. The male had already left the beach and agreed to stay out of the area. 600 block of Front Street.

 

“Don’t touch my stuff!”

An officer working on a traffic detail observed two males arguing loudly who appeared to be getting ready to fight. Officers contacted the subjects in an apartment and determined they were roommates arguing over living conditions. It was determined the argument did not become physical and they agreed to calm down for the night. 8400 block of 44thAvenue West.

 

Risking it for Rosé

Officers responded to a theft at the 7-Eleven. A white female wearing a hooded jacket reportedly stole two bottles of wine. The manager will assemble video footage in the morning. The case is under investigation. 8400 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

June 21

Knock it off

A male subject was trespassing on Harbour Pointe Middle School property. This is the second time he has trespassed on the property and the School Resource Officer sent the report to the juvenile prosecutor. 5000 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

Hole in one

The officers responded to the location for a male that urinated on the golf course near the 11th hole. He was not located. 11800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

June 22

Phone swap

The reporting party (RP) reported that one of his friends accidentally took his phone last night when he was over for dinner (both phones looked alike). Officers assisted in getting the phones back to the correct owner. 5400 block of 84thStreet Southwest.

 

Cleaning

The officer originally responded to a cold burglary complaint. It was found to be the new owners cleaning the residence. 5700 block of Chennault Beach Drive.

 

Can’t read this. Must be a bomb

One of the police volunteers found what she believed to be a possible explosive device in the Lighthouse Park. The officers discovered that it was an aerosol can of air freshener. The label was written in a different language, so it did look a little suspicious. 600 block of Front Street.

 

June 23

Keep it civil, please

The RP asked officers to check on his child's mother. He said that he went there to speak with her and a male answered the door and became aggressive with him. The officers spoke with her at the residence, she was fine and agreed to meet the RP down the road from her residence. 8200 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

 

Kids will be kids

It was reported that there was a truck and trailer with children screaming in the vehicle getting onto the ferry heading to Mukilteo and the RP thought it was suspicious. The officers located the vehicle and everyone inside appeared to be fine. 600 block of Front Street.

 

It’s the Russians

A male flagged officers down and told them that he was "in a lot of trouble." He would not go into any detail other than saying he believed he believed that a hacker was cyber-stalking him. The male appeared to be suffering from paranoia but declined all offers of assistance. He then walked back to his apartment. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

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